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    bytrade001 is offline Member
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    With about 46 million people affected with arthritis in the United States, it is the leading cause of disability. Arthritis is caused by inflammation and leads to the loss of cartilage in the joints. Although there is no cure for arthritis, there are measures you can take to alleviate the pain.

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    One of the easiest ways to alleviate arthritis pain around your joints and hands is to try massaging or acupuncture. Some people find that alternative treatments including massaging and acupuncture helps reduce the pain.




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    Another way to battle your arthritis is to take supplements daily. Supplements that contain chondrointin and glucosamine have been known to be effective for knee arthritis. Ginger also helps to reduce the pain around the joints.

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    Next, make sure to exercise your body! People tend not to be active when suffering from arthritis, but studies show that keeping your body active by swimming, walking, and bicycling are great ways to prevent further deterioration of your joints.

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    Another easy way to alleviate your arthritis pain is to simply keep your weight under control. Eating the right foods can help reduce the pain and lessen the pressure on the joints. Avoid red meat and eat foods that contain omega-3-fatty acids. Green vegetables and fish are good choices.

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    Lastly, you can alleviate your pain by learning to control your breathing. Learning to shift the pain away is a great meditation and way to deal with arthritic pain. Pilates, tai chi, and yoga can help improve your breathing ability and relieve pain.



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    I know I need to exercise more but I didn't realize that this was influential for my arthritis, I will definitely keep this in mind when trying to get my butt in shape. Thanks!

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    Good to know your information about pain. Thanks for sharing this information, you are doing a good job.

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    Hello,
    Thanks for sharing a great information with us.Great tips you have shared here.
    Keep posting......

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    Exercise is good for almost everyone! If you have arthritis, you have more reasons to exercise: to keep your joints from becoming too stiff, to keep the muscles around your joints strong, and to keep bone and cartilage tissue strong and healthy and to improve your overall fitness. There are three main types of exercise that can be included in your exercise program: range-of-motion (flexibility), strengthening, and fitness.
    1.)Range-of-motion exercises help reduce stiffness and keep your joints flexible.
    2.)Strengthening exercises help maintain or increase muscle strength.
    3.)Fitness exercises help increase your endurance.

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    Hi,

    my grandma(she is 86) used Zalmanov method as a treatment and actually she even doesn't use walking stick anymore

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    jaketriactol is offline Junior Member
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    All the information shared on Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, really very effective.

    Thanks.

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    Good information posted about Arthritis Pain. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice informative post, acupuncture is really very helpful in arthritis pain. Regular exercising and doing yoga for half an hour everyday is very effective in arthritis pain. Massaging with essential oils has its benefits.

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